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CDC Study On E-Cigarettes And Teens Suffers From ‘Fatal Flaw,’ Says Expert
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A window display with different colour models electronic cigarettes is seen in a shop in Paris October 8, 2013. The European Parliament voted on Tuesday to water down proposed tobacco legislation, rejecting an immediate ban on menthol cigarettes and …

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CDC Says E-Cigs Help You Quit Smoking
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While e-cigs have been marketed as a means to quit smoking conventional cigarettes, there’s been a distinct lack of studies supporting this claim. Additionally, critics are concerned that use of e-cigarettes will act as a gateway to actual smoking of …

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India mulls total ban on e-cigarettes, as government panel says safety not …
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An expert panel on e-cigarettes constituted by the health ministry has recommended a blanket ban on the product, saying its safety has not been established. Three members of the panel, who did not want to be identified, told ET that it could lead to …

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Indoor E-Cigarette Use, Sales to Kids Should Be Banned, WHO Says
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The indoor use of electronic cigarettes should be banned and sales to minors should be prohibited, the World Health Organization said. Manufacturers also should be prohibited from claiming that the devices can help in smoking cessation until they …

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E-cigarettes will not lure youngsters into smoking, says expert
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AN academic who is due to give a talk in Swansea today said there was no evidence that e-cigarettes will lure youngsters into taking up smoking. Professor Peter Hajek, director of the Tobacco Dependence Research Unit at Queen Mary University of London, …

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Electronic cigarettes could undermine public smoking ban, says Welsh …
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THE Welsh government fears the use of electronic cigarettes in public places may undermine the ban on smoking in Wales. There is concern about it "re-normalising" the culture of smoking. More than 50 researchers are urging the World Health Organization …

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Christie's proposed e-cigarette tax is for public health, state treasurer says
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Christie's budget anticipates $35 million in revenue by applying the $2.70 per pack regular state tax on cigarettes to the electronic cigarettes, which deliver nicotine in the form of water vapor. Users of the products have flooded recent Senate and …

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Health ministry says sale of e-cigarettes in Air India flights embarrassing …
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The ministry of health has written to Air India objecting to the sale of e-cigarettes in its flights. The ministry says the sale through Air India's discount booklets, violates the Cigarettes and other Tobacco Products Act, 2003 (COTPA) and puts the …

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Owner of new Hull store Cheeky Smokes defends e-cigarettes – and says he will …
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THE owner of a newly opened e-cigarette store in Hull has ordered staff not to sell to under-18s. Earlier this week, the Government announced under-18s in England are to be banned from buying the devices. John Wilson, owner of Cheeky Smokes in …

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Friends don't let friends smoke (says e-cigarette company)
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Friends don't let friends smoke (says e-cigarette company). A new ad for NJoy e-cigarettes treads very close to suggesting that e-cigarettes are somehow healthier than your Marlboros. Yes, it even uses the line "friends don't let friends smoke.".

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New Ad Says You Should Convince Your Friends To Quit Smoking — And Pick …
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E-cigarettes are new enough that no one really knows their health effects, but that has not stopped the controversial product from growing into a billion dollar industry last year. And while e-cigarettes are undergoing increased scrutiny across the …

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ONLY ON 3: Man says E-Cig caused temporary blindness
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SNEADS FERRY, NC (WWAY) — A Sneads Ferry man says an attempt to quit smoking may cost him his eyesight. Joe Vecchione says for the past 10 weeks he has been using an electronic cigarette, because he heard they were a safe alternative to cigarettes.

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